Media: ex-head of Nissan escaped from arrest in a case for musical instruments & nbsp


Former head of the Nissan concern Carlos Ghosn left the building where he was held under house arrest in a case for musical instruments, RIA Novosti reports with reference to Lebanese media.
It is noted that a group of mercenaries from a “private military company” came under the guise of musicians who carried Gon in a case into the house in Tokyo where Ghon was located. According to media reports, security officials did not suspect anything.
Gon then left Japan in a private jet, media reported.
The Lebanese Foreign Ministry officially confirmed Gon’s presence in the country and said that he did not have details of how he managed to leave Japan.
Earlier it was reported that Ghon left Japan.
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